Friday, December 21, 2012

Capture Stunts, Tricks, and Flops with the Action Shot Camera!

Having two boys I'm almost positive that skateboards, BMX bikes, and broken bones are going to be a huge part of our lives in the not too distant future. In fact, my boys are already trying out tricks and stunts on their scooters and their Razor FlashRider 360, which Brayden calls his trick bike.

But of course, to be like the pros, you need to capture all of your stunts and flops on film. That is where the Action Shot Camera comes in!


With the Action Shot Camera you can capture and share your stunts, tricks, triumphs, and flops anywhere! Simply attach the portable mini-camera to your helmet, bike, skateboard, and more with the easy Click & Grip mounting system then start capturing your footage and photos with just a few clicks. When you're stunt mastering is complete you can upload your footage and photos to any computer with the included USB connection, then edit your footage with the included video editing software.

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Before we had the Action Shot Camera it was me who had to capture all of my boys scooter stunts. "Mommy, watch me!" "Mom, take a picture of this!" "Whoa! Did you see that?!" Well now, with the help of the Action Shot Camera, my boys can capture their own action-packed stunts while I sit in the sidelines and watch.

Check out the video below to see multiple ways to use the Action Shot Camera (demonstrated by Action Shot Camera Team Rider, Freestyle Motocross legend and NASCAR star, Travis Pastrana) :



If you are the lucky parent of an adventure-seeking sports buff you should definitely consider purchasing them an Action Shot Camera so they can capture all of their thrills and spills from a first person point of view.

Designed for ages 7+, the Action Shot Camera can be purchased for a suggested retail price of $49.99 at retail stores nationwide including Target, Walmart, Toys R Us, and K-Mart.

Disclosure: This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. I received an Action Shot Camera for the purpose of this review.

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